Safe-To-Eat Cookie Dough

"Based on a chocolate chip cookie recipe from Gregg R. Gillespie's "201 Cookies", this recipe is easy to make and eggless, so it's safe to eat. It's crumbly rather than creamy. I love to make this as a comforting snack, and I play with the quantities a little each time I make it."
 
Safe-To-Eat Cookie Dough created by Loves2Teach
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directions

  • Combine the flour, baking soda and salt.
  • In a separate dish, cream margarine and sugars together, and then blend in vanilla.
  • Gradually stir in the flour mix until the dough is well blended and of a crumbly consistency.
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  1. Hobohemian
    I was trying to think of something simple to make for my brother (who is 8) when he got home from his skating class and when I came across this I knew it would be perfect. Haha I feel like his mom most of the time so I think this little sweet snack to share with him will turn out great. thanks.
     
  2. brokedownrage
    Very greasy - hardly ediable
     
  3. wannabe runway model
    i was craving something sweet all day but i didnt have the butter or the eggs or milk to make a cake, cupcakes or cookies until i ran into this recipe! i had everything but because i didnt have any chocolate chips to throw in a drizzled a little chocolate syrup over it and froze the other half. this is just what i needed. thank you!
     
  4. Phoenix 0880
    YUM!!! Very sweet though, cut the recipe in half for 2.
     
  5. Tomi5596
    This was perfect dough consistency for me. Be sure you don't melt or soften the margarine - that could be what happened. Had to add chocolate chips (1/2 cup) Thanks!
     
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